Abilene Daily Reporter, November 21, 1935

Abilene Daily Reporter

November 21, 1935

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Issue date: Thursday, November 21, 1935

Pages available: 12

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Abilene Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1935, Abilene, Texas Sbtltnc "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES. WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT riON VOL. LV. Fufl Leased Wires of Associated Press (O) United Press (UP) ABILENE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, TWELVE PAGES (Evening Edition of The Abilene Morotofl Newt) NUMBER JAPAN'S CHINA SCHEME FAILS Ethiopians Are Put To Rout In North AAA TAX RULE MONDAY U.S. Litigate Later Plea In Brief Filed In Suit of fRice Millers WASHINGTON, Nov. The administration asked the su- preme court today to compel pro- cessors of farm products contesting processing taxes to "pay first and litigate later." A brief filed In the rice millers test case made abainst the request at the same time that attorneys for farmers and processing interests Bought to Intervene In tests of the new deal farm program. The rice case brief'was filed at noon, the deadline set by the court. To Decide Monday The tribunal has indicated It will decide Monday whether 'processors may sue to restrain the collection of processing taxes. The ruling may indirectly affect more than suits wrklng to enjoin processing tax collection and dyer-. due taxes. x. JustVbefon) the' government's., 'was received, Davis, 'lib rty league lawyer and 1924'demo ratlc presidential candidate, ant Nathan L. Miller, former republican governor of New York, sought t Intervene as "friends of the court for three nationally known proces sors In the processing act test case scheduled for argument Dec. 9. They contended the AAA Is an unconstitutional invasion of stato rights. The opposite extreme of the AA debate was taken by Vernon A Vrooman, counsel for the league lo economic equality, an association o farmers in Iowa, Minnesota, Nebras ka and South Dakota. Vrooman in Des .Moines ers were interest ed ui the case because of Its at tempt to "preserve equality between agriculture arid other industries." "No less In the realm o[ tutlonal law than In that of poll, tics or that of economics mus realism Vrooman'.- brei pleaded. Urges Moderation It urged the court to place "only moderate reliance on Judicial pre. and to match the constl tutlon against the problems of th ior> ;

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